telecourse

[tel-i-kawrs, -kohrs]
noun
a course of study presented on television, as for local home viewers receiving credit at a community college.

Origin:
1945–50; tele(vision) + course

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Discusses the need for a well-planned telecourse that includes a system of interaction and follow-up.
The completion of the course may be satisfied by telecourse, video training tape, or other instruction.
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